AED Grants for Nonprofit
Welcome to our online resource for AED Grants designed specifically for non-profit and charitable organizations. We understand that a non-profit organization’s primary financial focus revolves around its mission, often leaving little room for costly yet important items like an automated external defibrillator.
AEDSuperstore wants to help bridge that gap by finding grants that help you get what you need to provide a safe environment for your community. Explore the grant opportunities below and find the one that best suits your organization’s needs. If you have already received funding or have budgeted to purchase an AED, you can purchase one of our AEDs for non-profits.
Alaska Airlines Corporate Giving Program
Eligibility: The Alaska Airlines Corporate Giving program provides sponsorships for fundraising events for 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations. This grant is a perfect fit for organizations or nonprofits planning an event to raise funds for emergency safety equipment like an automated external defibrillator. Your grant request must be submitted at least six weeks before the event.
Grant Amount: Grant applicant fills in grant amount requested.
Deadline: Grant applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. Please fill out this form.
Fire House Subs Public Safety Foundation
Eligibility: Fire House Subs Foundation provides lifesaving equipment and needed resources to first responders and public safety organizations to help them be better prepared to save the lives of those in the communities they serve. The Fire House Subs Grants are available for fire, emergency medical services, law enforcement, public safety organizations, non-profits, and schools. Funding areas these grants cover include lifesaving equipment, prevention education, scholarship and continued education on public safety, disaster relief, and support for members of the military.
Grant Amount: Ranges between $15,000-$35,000. Requests exceeding $50,000 will be denied.
Deadline: January 11, 2024. See all future deadlines.
The Lowe’s Foundation Gable Grant Program
Eligibility: The Lowe’s Foundation Cable Grant Program is open for community-based nonprofit organizations [501 (c)(3)] and community & technical colleges. Individuals, religious organizations, and political committees/causes will not be considered for this program. See all eligibility requirements. This funding from this grant can be used to support program-related expenses, including funding instructors, program materials, training space, equipment, measurement, capacity building, etc.
Grant Amount: Ranging between $100,000 – $1,000,000
Deadline: Grant application period will open again in August 2024.
State Farm Community Grant Program
Eligibility: The State Farm Community Grant program commits to building safer, more robust and better-educated communities by allowing the following communities to apply for a grant: educational institutions, county, state, or federal government institutions that align with State Farm charitable focus, 501 (c)(3) charitable nonprofit organizations, and 501 (c)(3) volunteer fire companies. This grant does not apply to individuals seeking personal help, religious programs, political programs, or organizations outside the United States.
Grant Amount: N/A
Deadline: Annual deadline- invitation only. If you did not receive an invitation, you can apply.
The Target Foundation Grant Program
Eligibility: To be eligible for the Target Foundation Grant Program, your organization must be a federally tax-exempt section 501 (c)(3) charitable organization, accredited school or public agency located in the United States or one of its protectorates. Target serves communities on a hometown, national, global, and charter level, making each grant unique and tailored to that specific community need.
Grant Amount: Community engagement funds depend on store and distribution center location.
Deadline: Invitation-only application. Read more.
Walmart Community Grant Program
Eligibility: The Walmart Community Grant Program recognizes the following groups for their grant program: 501 (c)(3) organizations, government entities including state, county, and city agencies, K-12 public/private schools, charter schools, community/junior college, state/private college or university, and church or faith-based organizations with proposed projects that address and benefit the needs of the community at larger. No grants will be awarded to individuals. Learn more.
Grant Amount: Ranging from $250 to $5000
Deadline: April 15, 2024
Do you know of a grant specifically for AEDs for non-profit organizations, or a grant that would apply for non-profits even if it’s not specifically for an AED purchase? If so, let us know, and we’ll give you $125 towards a new AED or AED value package! We would love to add it to our list.
Are you curious to learn more about how you can access grants, sponsorships, & resources for your nonprofit? Check out more grant-researching resources like this virtual 90-minute course, or visit Grants.Gov and filter your search to be specific to the type of grant that best fits your needs.